cd set track Title 01 01 01 Flow From The Behind #73 01 01 02 Dirty Birds 01 01 03 Road to Antietam 01 01 04 Fisherman's Blues 01 01 05 Come Down From The Hills 01 01 06 Tamacun 01 01 07 Hoedown 01 01 08 Bring It Around 01 01 09 Suite 21 01 01 10 Message In A Bottle 02 02 01 Big Country 02 02 02 Gypsy Life 02 02 03 Elevator 02 02 04 Friend of the Devil 02 02 05 Comfortably Numb 02 02 06 filler 02 02 07 Love and Understanding Gary Pruitt to the stage 02 02 08 Camping by the Sun 02 02 09 Fuck... Topics: acoustic, gypsygrass Source: the band -> ORTF pair of Audio Technica 2021 microphones in back of room -> Zoom R16 (24-bit) ->
The Gypsy Lumberjacks getting down early on Friday at the Bella Fiore Festival at Harmony Park! Topics: Harmony Park, Bella Fiore, Bella Music Fest, Tommy the Beard, Gypsy Lumberjacks, Horseshoes &... Source: aud
Suite 21, Scruggy, Bring It Around, No Time, Foolish diddling about in G, Elevator, Big Country Hoedown, Fisherman's Blues, Dirty Birds, Comfortably Numb, Road to Antietam Hymn to GRT KZMK YK, Come Down From The Hills, Tamacun, Gypsy Life, Friend of the Devil, Caspian's March, Message in a Bottle, Caspian's March Shut Up, Mediterranean Sundance, Don't Follow Me, No Guilt, Dancing Fleece, River Song, Sister Mary, Bill Mon, All Along the Watchtower Topics: gypsygrass, acoustic, world Source: AT 2021 ORTF pair -> Zoom R16 (24-bit)
The Filling Station Bozeman, MT 11/30/2012 Dirty Birds> Caspian's March> Big Country> Gypsy Life> Big Country Reprise Road To Antietam> Midnight Rider> Road To Antietam> Riversong> I Bring It Around Comfortably Numb> These Dreams> Love and Understanding> These Dreams Reprise Roundup Come Down From The Hills> Rodrigo y Gabriella> Flamenco Jam> Rodrigo y Gabriella Love Me In The Morning Suite 21 Fisherman's Blues Sometimes A River What You Wanted Here... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Gypsy, Lumberjacks, Americana, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Flamenco, Bluegrass
cd set track Title 01 01 01 Scruggy 01 01 02 Hoedown 01 01 03 Fisherman's Blues 01 01 04 Bring It Around 01 01 05 Elevator 01 01 06 Big Country 01 01 07 Gypsy Life 01 01 08 Suite 21 02 02 01 Come Down From The Hills 02 02 02 Tamacun 02 02 03 Friend of the Devil 02 02 04 Road to Antietam 02 02 05 Comfortably Numb 02 02 06 Tease 02 02 07 Love and Understanding 03 03 01 Improv on Mediterranean Sundance 03 03 02 Don't Follow Me 03 03 03 Caspian's March -> 03 03 04 Message in a Bottle -> 03 03... Topics: acoustic, gypsygrass, flamenco, world, folk Source: the band -> ORTF pair of Audio Technica 2021 microphones in back of room -> Zoom R16 (24-bit)
1. Riversong > 2. Road to Antietam 3. Don't Follow Me 4. Gypsy Life > 5. Big Country 6. Dirty Birds > 7. Suite 21 8. Hurry Up (Instrumental) (Roundup Tease) 9. You Shut Up Opening Set before Hackensaw Boys at the Cabooze in Minneapolis on April 16, 2010 01. Riversong into Road to Antietem 02. Don't Follow Me 03. Gypsy Life Into Big Country 04. Dirty Birds 05. Suite 21 06. Hurry Up (Instrumental with Roundup Tease) 07. You Shut Up Topics: Gypsy, Lumberjacks, Gypy, Luberjacks, Lumerjacks, Cabooze, Hackensaw Boys, Jazz, Bluegrass,... Source: Room Recording
*First time performed live 1.Miner’s Dross* 2.Waltz of Bones 3.I Bring It Around 4.Riversong 0:00-8:40> Sometimes a River (String Cheese Incident) 5.Chicha Fria 6.Road to Antietam > Afro Beat Tease > Road to Antietam 7.Dirty Birds 0:00-5:38 > Pumped up Kicks(Foster the People)* 5:38-7:51 > Caspian’s March 7:51-12:05>Big Country (Bela Fleck) 12:05-20:54 8.Ploughman’s Blues 9.Elevators 10.Friend of the Devil 0:00-8:10 > What You Wanted Here 8:10 – 15:24 11. HoeDown... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Source: soundboard
On February 4th, Matthew Probst granted permission on behalf of Gypsy Lumberjacks to host recordings on the Live Music Archive:
Gypsy Lumberjacks (www.gypsylumberjacks.com) is a Minneapolis, MN acoustic
band. I speak for them as their cellist and as the person handling their
official live recordings.
We would love for fans to make video and audio recordings of our shows. We
make many official show recordings ourselves, but we do not restrict others
from doing the same. Any live recordings at our shows can be distributed
There are two restrictions on recording, and one disclaimer. They are in
the spirit of only promising things we can control, rather than arbitrary
First restriction: Some performance venues have their own restrictions
against live recording on the premises, and those restrictions trump our own
interests. We ask that tapers respect the rules in such venues.
Second restriction: We can not guarantee board taps to tapers, because we
often use the venue's sound board and engineer and therefore do not always
have authority to do so.
Disclaimer: The band members can only directly control their own actions;
be mindful of your gear and where you set up. For example, a microphone
stand in the middle of the dance floor stands a good chance of getting
knocked over by dancers.